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January 03, 2010

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What a brilliant idea - really like this. Well done and hope it goes well. Look forward to hearing from Frank, Wilfred, Bernie or Ethel soon :)

I pray that this doesn't encourage some people who know no better to offer their rabbits an incorrect diet. It should be approx 80% hay, 15% suitable veg (low sugar/low calcium) and then the rest being pelleted food. Whilst I know that bunnies do love the taste of Innocent - and why wouldn't they? and that this as a treat MAY not be a bad thing, I can see bunnies being offered a bottle of Innocent in preference to their proper veg! I do hope I am wrong and that people aren't really as stupid as they can seem sometimes. Sadly nothing suprises me any more when it comes to this country and rabbit care (or lack of it). :-(

I just asked my rabbit Daisy if she liked innocent smoothies - she said she couldn't work out how to lick it, but when I put it on her lips, she loved it. It obviously won't replace her already veggie-packed diet though before I get told off....

Well said Helen! Personally, I dislike seeing any 'pet' animals in adverts because it just encourages the moron's in society to go out and buy one on a whim, only to discard it to one of our already bulging rescue centres 5 months down the line when the novelty's worn off or the kids are bored.

Love the smoothies though!

Oh come on guys!! Lighten up a bit and stop being so serious about things.It's a wonderful advertising campaign with something in it called humour. Remember that? It's a feeling when the edges of your mouth start to curl up a bit and you may even experience a slight involuntary chuckle... Helen, of course people aren't going to offer their bunnies a bottle of Innocent instead of their proper veg!! And Mackers, there could be a view that pets are lovely in adverts because they teach us love and value animals, and to see how clever they are!! Why do you feel society is full of morons? (and by the way, you don't need an apostrophe to write the word "morons"!!)Why not try to see things from a more positive standpoint?

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